Elizabeth Cemborain was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1959, where she lives and works. She graduated as an Architect from the College of Architecture and Urbanism, Central University of Venezuela in 1982 and was first in her promotion. Cemborain worked in her profession for nine years and then studied at the School of Visual Arts Cristobal Rojas, receiving the degree of Pure Art, Drawing and Painting in 1994. She has participated in group shows in galleries, museums, cultural centers, and art fairs in Spain, United States and Venezuela. She has had solo shows in Caracas and Maracaibo. Her work can be found in private collections in Spain, United States and Venezuela, maintaining an active presence in printed and digital publications.
I am interested in urban landscapes, through the language generated by digital media. While I transit the cities, I make video recordings from which I extract several individual frames. After enlarging these interlaced frames, I generate a synthetic landscape, with rhythms and colors typical to each urban experience. I present my research through printings and experimental videos with an aesthetic that dialogues with Latino American Geometric Abstraction. I have made various series, each from a different city, including Caracas, Maracaibo, Boston, New York and now Miami.